|Fifties Popular Culture - ''Burns and Allen'' (Episode Aired 13th March 1952)|
Another episode of the old CBS sitcom "The George Burns and Gracie Show", and in this episode, the ever-scatterbrained Gracie loses her engagement ring. Perhaps not as good as "Citizen Kane", but still a million times better than MTV's new fall line-up. Original aired live on 13th March, 1952, and presented here with the original commercials for Carnation Evaporated Milk. Please forgive mediocre picture quality caused by mediocre DVD.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Live Television; Live TV; Masterpoxen; Better than MTV; I hate you Time Magazine; Gracie Allen; Comedy; Sitcom; Humor; Humorous; Rated G; Advertising
Downloads: 3,238 (3 reviews)
|1967 Commercial for ''Life Cereal'' (Quaker Oats)|
A slightly unusual 1967 commercial for the oddly-named "Life" cereal. The color is badly faded, though. An example of a 1960s commercial aimed at females.
Keywords: Classic; Commercial; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Female; Woman; TV; Television; Classic TV; Advertising; Edible; Food; Breakfast; Quaker Oats; Cereal; 1967; Rated G
Downloads: 2,814 (3 reviews)
|''Burns and Allen'' - Beverly Hills Uplift Society (Episode aired 11 October 1951)|
Another episode of the popular 1950's CBS-TV comedy "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show". This episode is called "Beverly Hills Uplift Society" and aired during the 11th of October, 1951. Please excuse the mediocre picture quality caused by mediocre video source. NOTE: due to a request by torgman, I changed the heading of this upload.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; 50s; Fifties; CBS TV; Rated G; Comedy; Sitcom; George Burns; Gracie Allen; LOL
Downloads: 3,934 (3 reviews)
|Circa 1953 Television Commercial for ''Paper-Mate'' Pen (30-Seconds)|
A short (about 30 seconds) television commercial from around 1953 for the "Papermate Pen". Features catchy jingle. Taken from 1953 public-domain TV-episode "Leave it to Stu", which as per usual network practices, had about 24-25 minutes of show and 3-4 minutes of advertising.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic; Old; Retro; Commercial; Jingle; Jingles; Advertising; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Pen; Pens; Retro; Vintage; Papermate; Paper Mate; Filmed Commercial; Rated G
|Classic Commercial for Ford Falcon (USA, Circa 1966)|
A classic commercial for the United States version of the Ford Falcon. Aired circa 1966. This automobile, being a "compact", isn't among the best looking of the era. Regardless, the video is watchable and has good picture and sound.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Classic; Television; Classic Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Automobile; Car; Cars; Driving; Ford; Commercial; Advertising; Product; Rated G; Classic Car; Classic Cars; Retro; Promotion
Downloads: 3,834 (7 reviews)
|1966 Commercial for Kellogg's Corn Flakes with Jimmy Durante|
A somewhat humorous commercial for Kellogg's corn flakes with Jimmy Durante. This United States commercial is taken from a 1966 TV-episode. This commercial uses various look-alike sets for comic effect. Sorry for the poor quality of the color.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Commercial; Jimmy Durante; Corn Flakes; Corny; Kellogg's; 1966; Silly; Health; Food; Edible; Cereal; LOL; Retro; Vintage; Old; Rated G
Downloads: 3,245 (1 review)
|Hyperactive 1961 ''King-Size'' Coca-Cola commercial|
A 1961 Coca-Cola commercial featuring some hyperactive people dancing. The commercial features a catchy jingle: "Coca-Cola Gives You That Refreshing New Feeling".
Keywords: 1961; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; TV; Television; Commercial; Classic Commercial; Coke; Coca-Cola; Soft Drink; Beverage; WTF; Epic Win; Public Domain; MPEG2; MPEG-2; Rated G; Advertising; Advertisement; United States; United States of America; America; USA; Edible; Youth; Young; Jingle; Advertising Jingle
Downloads: 3,605 (1 review)
|Almond Joy commercial from 1961|
An Almond Joy commercial from late 1961. The commercial also briefly promotes the "Almond Cluster". The commercial is rated G. It comes from "The Barking Dog", which can be downloaded elsewhere on the Internet Archive.
Keywords: Almond Joy; Joy; Almond; Almonds; Coconut; Coconuts; Chocolate; Chocolates; Milk Chocolate; Sweets; Candy; Food; Edible; 1961; 60s; 1960s; 60's; 1960's; Sixties; TV; Television; Classic Television; Public Domain; Public Domain Television; Public Domain TV; Old; Not New; Commercial; Commercials; Advertising; Advertisement; Promotion; Promotional; Sponsor; Product; Item; Sugar; Not a Jihad Video; Retro; Dated; Snack; Black and White; Rated G; MPEG-2; MPEG2; Candy; Consumerism; Ad; Ads; Retromercial; Late 1961; 1960s Commercial; 60s Commercial; 1960's Commercial; 60's Commercial; Sixties Commercial; 60s TV; 1960s TV; Footage; Products; Fun; Cute; Uncopyrighted; Copyright Expired
|A brief look at the history of CENSORSHIP - Darrell Lee Wright|
This 40 page booklet offers the reader an insight into the unethical world of censorship. From the censoring of the Holy Bible thru the Columbine tragedy and beyond, this booklet looks at what has been censored, why it was censored, and why the censorship code is too ambigeous. It also offers insight into films and other material which are considered illegal in the United States; yet, passed inspection by the United States Censorship boards...
Keywords: Censorship; PMRC; Parental Advisory; Holy Bible; William Hays; Larry Flynt; Joseph McCarthy; Communism; Elvis Presley; The National Organization for Decent Literature; The Motion Picture Association of America; The Ratings System; Richard Nixon; American's for Free Speech; Jerry Falwell; Tipper Gore; Al Gore; Frank Zappa; Dee Snider; John Denver; 2 Live Crew; Marilyn Manson; Judas Priest; Charles Keating; Kevin Smith; MPAA; Explicit Lyrics; Hustler magazine; Deep Throat; NC-17; Rated G; Rated PG; Rated R; Rated X; Jerry Springer; Maury; Jenny Jones; Faces Of Death; The Supreme Court; United States Law; Double Standards; May West; Columbine; The Grapes Of Wrath; The First Amendment; The United States Constitution; homosexuality; GOTH; Heavy Metal; Jack Valenti; The Special Committee for Un-American Activities